We develop loads for your rifle according to the caliber your shoot and the game you intend to hunt. While we can use any bullet on the market, normally we offer:
Barnes® X, Solid and Originals
Different manufacturer's bullets will shoot differently, even if they are the same weight. We can make recommendations and also provide you with different bullet combinations to try. Our ammo has been used literally all over the world on virtually every type of game, so chances are we can make some suggestions based on actual experience.
We can moly-coat just about any bullet made, too.
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There are three ways that we can develop loads for you:
1) Tell us about your rifle and what you intend to hunt and we can send you different loads to try using your preferred bullet. Take them to the range, see what works best, and let us know. Then we can supply you with as many rounds as you would like on an as-needed basis, each round utterly precise and uniform. Cost is by quote for load development, then at a standard price per box after that.
2) Send us your rifle and we'll do all the work, developing a load for you in the bullet weight and brand of your choice. We have a complete underground test facility and sophisticated computerized ballistic information, which will be supplied to you. Cost is $400 per rifle, plus $100 for each additional load for the same rifle, plus ammunition used in development.
3) Try our convenient Sample Paks—a great way to test different bullet/load combinations in your rifle that can save you a lot of time and money.
How much does
Superior Ammunition cost?
Is our ammunition more expensive than off-the-shelf ammo? Yes, if you look only at the price. But factor in the time you would spend developing handloads yourself, the consistency and precision of each round, and the fact that they are custom-tailored for your gun, and you'll find that Superior Ammunition is quite a bargain.
And of course, when you have that trophy lined up in your sights, what is it worth to know that your ammo is as dependable as it can possibly be?